Lumber Ladies

A group of daring mums are axing the age-old stereotype that logging is a man’s world by showing off their cracking hacking. Named the ‘most male dominated occupation’ on the planet by researchers, logging sees up to 99.1% of all positions go to men – but these sharp-minded lumber ladies are world champions with an edge.

A group of daring mums are axing the age-old stereotype that logging is a man's world by showing off their cracking hacking. Named the 'most male dominated occupation' on the planet by researchers, logging sees up to 99.1% of all positions go to men - but these sharp-minded lumber ladies are world champions with an edge.

A group of daring mums are axing the age-old stereotype that logging is a man's world by showing off their cracking hacking. Named the 'most male dominated occupation' on the planet by researchers, logging sees up to 99.1% of all positions go to men - but these sharp-minded lumber ladies are world champions with an edge.

A group of daring mums are axing the age-old stereotype that logging is a man's world by showing off their cracking hacking. Named the 'most male dominated occupation' on the planet by researchers, logging sees up to 99.1% of all positions go to men - but these sharp-minded lumber ladies are world champions with an edge.

A group of daring mums are axing the age-old stereotype that logging is a man's world by showing off their cracking hacking. Named the 'most male dominated occupation' on the planet by researchers, logging sees up to 99.1% of all positions go to men - but these sharp-minded lumber ladies are world champions with an edge.